2016 Winter NAMM, Stone Deaf FX, and a JHS Sale
The dust has settled on another busy and successful NAMM, and the reviews are out. We were delighted to see Stone Deaf FX creating a real buzz and flying the flag for the UK. With the addition of Mcbess, the French Illustrator, to the team and his input on a very cool re branding, the pedals due for release approx March/April look set to make a big splash. Along with the re branding, Stone Deaf FX are releasing 5 new pedals to their line up. The PDF-2, the successor to their very popular PDF-1, developed for more versatility. The Kliptonite, a dual channel pedal that splits the input and output of an op amp and then bias both outputs to get one side fuzzy and one side tube sound like overdrive. The Warp Drive, a high gain monster of massive proportions with a built in noise gate. The Tremotron, a fully analog tremolo, in a small footprint with digital controlled recallable banks of saved analog tremolo signals as well as user defined wave shapes for endless combinations of rhythms. The Syncopy, an analogue delay with 500mS of delay.
During this Winter 2016 NAMM, Stone Deaf FX also released on the world their new range of Amps, and they went down a storm! Another (non pedal related) release that created a lot of interest and excitement was the Strymon Power Supplies, the Zuma and the Ojai. We expect them to be massive.
Lastly, for us, it was JHS making waves at this NAMM with the announcement of 14 new pedals. With this in mind, to make way for the new releases, we are selling our old stock of the Morning Glory, Pulp N Peel, Superbolt, and Panther Cub at 15% off while stocks last. Come check them out at www.guitarfxdirect.com and enter the code JHS15 at the checkout to receive your discount.